The U.S. is considering a Libyan request to prevent pre-1911 artifacts from being brought into the United States from Libya, a move that has outraged American-Libyan Jews
40 Years Later Documents Released Show an Angry Truman Rebuffed by Young Israel Over Occupied Territory
The documents show the 1949 State Department, whose 'Near East Affairs Bureau was dominated by Arabists,' was actively lobbying against Israel
Three of the members were from Jewish Voice for Peace, including a rabbi: 'I'm heartbroken and outraged'
For Second Time This Week, Protests Against Israel's Temple Mount Moves in Front of Istanbul Synagogue
Over two dozen men protest the situation at the Temple Mount in front of one of Turkey's oldest synagogues
'It appears to be a random desecration, a cowardly act of vandalism,' the director of the Hartford Jewish federation says
The 2,000-strong Abayudaya community has been hit hard by a drought, with two infirm people dying of malnutrition
Beyond CNN's Jake Tapper's criticisms of Sarsour and her shots back calling him an 'alt-right' internet attacker are some not-so-subtle Jewish undercurrents
ACLU's national political director says 'the government cannot, consistent with the First Amendment, punish U.S. persons based solely on their expressed political beliefs'
Nederlandse Spoorwegen, the railway company responsible for transporting approximately 100,000 Dutch Jews to their deaths, is resisting calls to pay compensation to victims
Nassau County lawmaker Howard Kopel asked county attorney to see if the concert venue has to comply with the anti-BDS legislation